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Kingsport Police: $100K in construction equipment stolen from McDonald's

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KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) -

 


The owner of a construction company is offering a reward to help him find the person who stole equipment valued at $100,000.

The Kingsport Police Department says someone stole construction equipment from Dereck Blair Excavation, which has been rebuilding the McDonald's on Fort Henry Drive in the Colonial Heights area.

 

Police say Dereck Blair told them he left work around 8 p.m. on Saturday and all of the equipment was still on the site.

Officers tell us when Blair's crew went back to work on Sunday, they noticed several pieces of equipment totaling about $100,000 missing.

According to police, this is a list of the missing equipment: CAT Skid Steer, BobCat Forks, BobCat Bucket and a Goose Neck Trailer.

There is no known suspect at this time, that's according to a police report.

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The Kingsport Police Department told News Channel 11 that someone stole $100,000 worth of construction equipment at the McDonald's in the Colonial Heights area.

Police say the theft happened Sunday night.

Officers haven't released any more details at this point. Look for updates on WJHL.com and on News Channel 11.

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